A city of more than 37,000 people, Florence is the heart of the Pee Dee region. Get on a bus rental and charter in Florence, South Carolina to explore the city today.
A bus rental and charter in Florence, South Carolina can help you tour the following places:
Go to the Art Trail Gallery located in downtown Florence. The gallery exhibits and sells the works of local artists. While here, visit the studio of national award winner Alex Palkovich. Then check out the Florence County Museum where you can see exhibits and artifacts from the first World War all the way back to the American Civil War. You can also find Pueblo pottery, Asian art, the works of William H. Johnson, and ethnographic art, among others.
You can also check out the events, exhibits and meetings of the Florence Regional Arts Alliance. Or see what's happening at the Florence Civic Center. Performers and their fans in the city head to Francis Marion University Performing Arts Center. The center is home to the Florence Symphony Orchestra and is the site of many theater shows and musicals. Or you can also rely on the Florence Little Theatre to get your fill of performances. Other arts-related attractions you should visit are the War Between the States Museum, Lynda English Studio and Gallery and the Pee Dee Fiction & Poetry Festival.
Visit the Pee Dee Artisan Market, where you can find high-quality and one-of-a-kind merchandise. Everything here is handmade! You should also check out the small businesses in the city. Or you can eat at the best restaurants here, including Tubb's Shrimp & Fish Co., Wholly Smokin BBQ & Ribs, The Library, 1720 Burger Bar, Redbone Alley, Julia Belle's Restaurant, Starfire Grill Restaurant & Bar, Rebel Pie, Stefano's, and Long Grain Cafe.
Do check out the city's golf courses: the Crossing Golf Club, Florence Country Club, the Palms Course At Oakdale, Country Club of South Carolina, and the three courses at the Traces Golf Club.
Two schools are listed on the National Register of Historic Places: Mt. Zion Rosenwald School and the Poynor Junior High School. You can also learn about the history or admire the architecture of the city's historic houses, including Claussen House and Rankin-Harwell House. Or be intrigued by the two historic cemeteries: Hopewell Presbyterian Church and Hopewell Cemetery and Florence National Cemetery.
And if you want to take in more historical buildings faster, explore the Florence Downtown Historic District. Other nationally registered historic sites in town are Blooming Grove, Bonnie Shade, Christ Episcopal Church, Florence Public Library, Red Doe, Roseville Plantation, The Stockade, U.S. Post Office, and the Young Farm.
One of the best outdoor activities you can do in Florence is paddling. You can kayak, canoe or get in a paddleboard and go to the Lynches River Park or the SC Revolutionary Rivers Trail. Or check out the city's many hiking and biking trails. You can also go geocaching all throughout the city with more than 430 caches hidden.
You will also appreciate the city's many parks, including Timrod Park, which features walking paths that are handicap accessible, playground equipment and tennis courts. Or Woods Bay State Park, which is the best place to go bird watching. Freedom Florence has nine baseball and softball fields, football and soccer fields, batting cages, walking trails, gymnastic center and picnic facilities. It also features the Science South Educational Center. Levy Park has sports and athletic fields and courts, a walking trail, horseshoes, and community centers.
Other parks you can go to include the Friendship Park, Iola Jones Park, Jeffries Creek Park, Legion Field, Lester Park, Live Oak Park, Lucas Park, Maple Park, McLeod Park, Northside Park, Northwest Park, Pettigrew Millpond Conservation Area, Pye Branch Conservation Area, Southpark, and Veterans Park.
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